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abdĭco
transitive verb I conjugation

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1 to decline, to renounce
2 to repudiate, to disown, to disinherit
3 to abdicate, to renounce an office, to resign office

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Locutions, idioms and examples


abdico aliquid ab aliquo = to reject someone's question || abdico me consulatu (or abdico consulatum) = to give up, to resign from the consulship || abdicavit ea in cibis = he gave up these things like food || abdicaverunt consules = the consuls resigned || abdico me meo statu = to give up one's condition || abdico legem = to reject a law || abdico dictaturam (or abdico me dictatura) = to renounce, abdicate the dictatorship || abdico aliquem patrem = to disown someone as father || abdicare regem = to depose the king || abdico me praetura = to resign from the praetorship || abdico (me) magistratu (or abdico magistratum) = to give up, to resign from the magistrature || abdicavit se consulatu = he resigned from the consulship


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